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Bond set at $500,000 for man accused of shooting at police after alleged Starbucks robbery in North Olmsted

His first pretrial in the case is scheduled for Monday, April 18 at 9 a.m.

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland man who was arrested after allegedly shooting at police officers following an attempted robbery at a Starbucks in North Olmsted made his first court appearance in the case Friday morning.

Dominque Hullum, 30, pleaded not guilty to multiple charges, which include aggravated robbery, attempted murder, felonious assault (of a police officer), tampering with evidence and drug possession.

Bond was set at $500,000 bond. His first pretrial in the case is scheduled for Monday, April 18 at 9 a.m. The state had requested a $1 million bond.

"A witness reported that a male subject entered the store with a gun and began to tell people to get on the ground,” the North Olmsted Police Department announced in a press release about the March 21 incident.

Officers responded to the scene as the Hullum fled on foot.

“The suspect encountered a police officer at Dover Road and Brookpark Extension and fired several shots at the officer,” North Olmsted police said in their press release. “The officer returned fire as the male entered a car in that area and traveled north on Dover Center Road. The subject was followed by numerous members of the North Olmsted Police Department before finally stopping behind a residence on Kingston Circle. Once stopped, the suspect again fired at officers, causing the officers to return fire. Officers from North Olmsted and Westlake were eventually able to take the male into custody.”


Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in a previous story regarding this case on March 22, 2022.

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